Spotlight – 2016 Ford F-150, 6″ BDS Lift, Fox Shocks, 22×12 SOTA Awols, and 35s

Spotlight – 2016 Ford F-150, 6″ BDS Lift, Fox Shocks, 22×12 SOTA Awols, and 35s


– Hey guys, Shawn again, Custom Offsets, Custom Offsets TV on the YouTube. Got a vehicle spotlight for you. This is gonna be one of our trucks. 2016 Ford F-150. We did a 6-inch BDS with a Fox upgrade, and some 22 by 12 SOTAs, 35s. Let’s go. ♫ We got them mean trucks, decked out ♫ Rollin’ through the
woods and they flexed out ♫ Rims so big and the windows black ♫ Got the light bar lit up
double chromed out stacks ♫ Yeah we love to get ’em
dirty, but still they so clean ♫ Custom offsets, team stance is the team ♫ We on top of it now,
we ain’t never goin fade ♫ So ya better be ready
we takin’ over the game (ominous hip-hop beat) – Okay, so you guys heard me right. This is our 2016 Ford F-150. This is gonna be one of the first ones that we’re doing here at the garage, that we actually purchased the truck. It’s only got 4,000 miles on it. We did the lift, the wheels,
the tires, some tint. I’ll go through all of that, but this is gonna be one of those ones that you can snap up if you’re interested, ’cause it is for sale. So it’s gonna go for, like $42,900, I believe is what we’ve got it listed. As far as the wheels, these are
gonna be the SOTA A.W.O.L.s. So if you remember, the color
of this AWOL just came out, you know, in 2000, end of 16, 2017. So this is a pretty new color,
and this is that Anthra-Kote. If you look really close, this is one we were just
obsessed with the paint job. It’s got a gray metallic flake, and I don’t know if, Junior,
you’ll be able to capture that, but if you ever see one in person, you’ll see that it’s a really
high-end automotive finish from the looks of it. And then the gloss black, accents all the way around the
gloss black within the SOTA. The gloss black on the rivets
going all the way around. It’s just a super duper clean wheel that we’ve been obsessed with. And this is gonna be 22 by 12 wide. So we’ll do a bill test for you. And that’s a negative 51, I believe. You can double check the
length, see if it’s 44 or 51, but I think it’s negative 51 It’s gonna be over a six inch lip, so about a 6 1/4 on the lip. So that’s a good lip size. You can see that the spokes on that thing are pretty much straight up and down. That’s why we’ve been in love with it, cause it’s got that nice deep lip on it. And like I said, they’re 22 by 12. You’ll see we went with
the black spike lug nuts from Metal Lugs, the ones that we offer, which, just, they set off
the accents freakin’ sweet. And then the tires, we
wanted to go something a little more highway friendly so the truck just keeps
that smooth factory ride. And these are gonna be in 35 12 1/2 TOYO Open Country AT2 Extreme. So see, it’s got plenty of
lug if you do end up off road, but it’s gonna be more
of that all-terrain, so it’s really good in the
snow, really good in the water, really good on the highway. It’s gonna have really good mileage. And I think it’s like a 65,000 mile tire or something like that. So you know it’s a good matchup. And you can see the 12 wide
on the 12 1/2 gives you that perfectly straight up and down sidewall. And then, as far as the lift kit, this is gonna be six-inch BDS, so you’ll see it’s got
happy ball joints, angles, and all of that. And then we did the Fox shock upgrade. I’ll show you the Fox shocks in the back. To get this to fit, this is a super aggressive
fitment for this new style. So you’ll see back here, we had to cut off the
crash bars in the back because it wanted to hit the back, and then we had to do some
bending and trimming back here to move everything back because it wants to hit
when it’s way out here. So we had to take the corner
off of that fender flare and everything like
that to allow it to fit. But we ended up with a factory
finish if you look at that. It’s a nice clean setup. Same thing up front. We have cut off the crash bars. We tried somebody’s idea on
YouTube told us you could unbolt the bumper and
get that out of there, but that’s just not the case. There’s a radiator up above
there that’s in the way. So you’d end up having to cut those bolts, then slide them out, and then
you can’t put bolts back in. So we didn’t really understand
why you don’t want us to cut those off versus removing them. So we aborted that whole idea after looking at it for a few minutes and just lobbed them off. And we’ve seen that. The other people modifying these trucks are doing the exact same thing, so. If you disagree with us, let us know. We’re always willing to learn. But that’s the best method we’ve seen. And then you’ll see we
had to go in here, Junior, trim off the corner of the bumper, get some paint on there to clean it up, and then go ahead and trim that valence because it wants to hit
all inside of there. So there’s quite a bit of
trimming to get this one to fit, but, I mean, it’s a stance
that everyone’s looking for. It looks absolutely amazing
if we do say so ourselves. You’ll see back here, it’s
got the Fox shock upgrade. So it’s got the 2.0s back there. And then we went with the five-inch block. What happens with the
BDS is you get to choose the three-inch or the five-inch. The five-inch is gonna give
it just a little bit of rake, and then the three-inch’ll
give it a little bit of squat. So you have to decide. Do you want it to squat
a little bit in the rear or do you want it to rake
a little bit in the rear? With BDS, those are your two choices. They don’t do it completely level. So it’s either the aggressive sport look or more of that little bit
of squat look to it, so. That is the entire lift kit. You can see it’s got the
match window tint up front, so you’re gonna have the
20% tint so that it matches. And then up here, we just
did some little stuff. We put in the LED headlights. LED highs and lows, LED fogs that just make all the
lighting up front match. And then you’ll see this one comes with the tow mirrors already. I’ll give you a peek inside, Junior. I think I unlocked this door, yeah. Inside you can see we
took out all of the fabric and replaced it with cat skin. So you’ll see cat skin leather
with the gray stitching throughout the entire interior. This thing’s totally
loaded with navigation and all the bells and whistles. Heated seats, all that. Give you a peek in the back seat. You’ll see there’s lots
of room back there. Ford likes to leave enough space, so super big back seat. Everything flips up, of
course, and out of the way. I can just pile gear in there. And then you’ll see it’s
got a hard tonneau cover. Basically a tri-flip cover on the back. I think that’s it, Junior. Isn’t it? It’s gonna have stock exhaust. This is the EcoBoost, so she quiet. If it was mine, I’d make it super loud, but I know nothing about no EcoBoost. I think that’s it. You’ll see the link up above us. We’ll do a link of where
you can pick this one up if you’re interested in it. And it’s like $43,900
or something like that. We’ll ship it anywhere in the country. Otherwise, $42,900 if you
want to come pick it up. But it’s a killer price. I think it’s got like 6,000 miles on it. The thing’s basically
brand new, and it’s a 2016. But I think that’s it. It’s got keypads and all that fancy. That should be it. That’s 2016 Ford F-150 with a six-inch BDS and some 22 by 12 SOTAs and 35
inch TOYO Open Country AT2s. Peace. (funky hip-hop beat)